Contemporary orthodontic care should aim to produce not only straight teeth, but also a harmonious smile and balanced facial contours that enhance each patient’s overall appearance.

In the long run, orthodontic problems can affect not only the attractiveness of the smile, but also the health of the teeth, gums, jaws, and body in general. Thus, orthodontic care also improves oral, dental and general health, and in addition, it prevents the development of problems that can lead to tooth loss or other secondary complications.

Amongst other things, orthodontic care can lead to an improvement of: